Hungarian Uprising

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What year was the Hungarian uprising?
1956
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What did Khrushchev do to help prompt this uprising?
Gave a De-Stalinisation speech in February
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Which other country in the Eastern Bloc helped encourage an uprising?
Poland
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The result of the Polish uprising was that the communist party brought in a what who introduced what?
Leader,reforms
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Hungarian leader who was a staunch Stalinist was accused of being 'ill' and in need of 'treatment' according to Soviets, who was he?
Rakosi
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The replacement of Rakosi (name him) couldn't handle the what?
Gero, demonstrations
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Soviet pressure again introduced a new leader (name) and he relented to the demonstrators by withdrawing from what and setting up a what-what democracy?
Nagy, Warsaw Pact, multi-party
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These measures were what for the USSR?
Too much
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On what date did how many tanks roll back into Budapest (why did they have to RETURN)?
4th November, 4000, they were asked to leave
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Order was finally restored but at the cost of an estimated how many lives?
35,000
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